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A COVID Mani-Pedi

Ethan Salazar, Contributor
December 8, 2020

Covid-19 has changed the world including jobs all around. With new covid guidelines and worries, all jobs are affected in some sort of way. Here we will be talking about nail salons the little changes they've gone through  during this pandemic.

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Running a New Business During COVID-19

Bryannah Azim, Photographer
December 3, 2020

Pop Up Water Sports is a new business that has just launch on September 26 of this year and their main focus as of now is paddle boarding and newly kayaks. With COVID-19 going on now, the company has made adjustments on how they operate. Excursions are booked and payed for online which limits to amount of people. The boards, paddles, and kayaks are cleaned before and after every customer. Hand sanitizer...

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How To Organize Your Closet

Vanessa Paredes, Contributor
December 1, 2020

When the COVID-19 hit in March and we had to quarantine, I, like most teens, binged endless Netflix series such as "How to get away with murder" and "Annie with an E", all while making over 100 TikTok's dancing videos. Not very productive. Except for one thing: organizing. Ever since I can remember I have always loved organizing. When I was around five I would help my family organize their closets,...

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Affects of COVID Felt as SBHS Girls Volleyball Season Winds Down

Mikah Combs, Photographer
January 20, 2021

The girls volleyball team ended their season with 5 wins and 6 losses, landing at rank 52 in their state division.  Seven of of the 14-member team are seniors, including Tina Franco, Isabel Gleeson, Taylor Scirghio, Samantha Halprin, Jolie Knight, Sasha Staszewski, and Mikah Combs. Their departure will leave a void.  Due to the stress of life during a pandemic, several games were canceled. But...

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Soccer during Covid-19

Luis Lopez, Contributor
November 30, 2020

At the Aventura soccer park, in Aventura, Florida, a player from the Aventura soccer team is angry about being required to wear a mask while playing the games. "Some people would see that like a stupid thing, but it can actually affect how people play."   Andres Caicedo is a 14-year-old freshman who, due to COVID-19, hasn’t played soccer for 3 months; he has been angered by...

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COVID’S Got Boxing Careers on the Ropes

Freddy Peralta, Editor
November 30, 2020

 The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused many upsets, from cancelled flights to other countries, to ruined birthday parties. For boxers, however, the pandemic rattled their brain like an uppercut from four feet under. This has affected the careers of many aspiring boxers. Jorge Ramirez, 16, is one of these up  coming boxers trying to make a name for himself in the amateur league  “It’s been very...

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Listen up: Women In The Army

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The Cool Side of the Ballot

The Cool Side of the Ballot

December 7, 2020

A Piece of South Broward High School History Moves On

A Piece of South Broward High School History Moves On

December 6, 2020

New Yorker’s Experience Highlights A Growing Problem: COVID-19 Testing Reliability

New Yorker’s Experience Highlights A Growing Problem: COVID-19 Testing Reliability

November 30, 2020

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Even Republicans Want Trump to Concede
Black Lives Matter Agenda is Good for School Curriculum

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December 2, 2020

Thoughts on Election: Wendy Johnson

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Polaroid

Makeda Brown, Contributor | January 25, 2021

This is my instax mini 75 polaroid camera. I received it as a Christmas gift about a year ago, and it helps me create memories that I can physically hold in my hands. I personally prefer physical photos over digital photos. I love the retro feel that polaroid photos give off. I use my polaroid every time my best friend comes over and put the photos in a decorated box for safe keeping.

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Luna Love

Bulldog Bark Staff, Administrator | January 14, 2021

After our 14-year-old Labrador, Nyla, died in August, and because we were all home due to the pandemic, our family got a new Dobberman puppy. We named her Luna. Dobberman's are a challenging breed. She's skittish, barks a lot, chews things, play-fights with our other dog, Rocky, and can leap over our couch in a single bound. But, she's also a love. So is my daughter, Marley. This photo of them snuggling...

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How To Organize Your Closet
By:Vanessa Paredes
For the past nine months,I have organized every inch of the house: rooms, floors, and drawers. Now I have decided to put my talent and tips to use to help you get the closet of your dreams.
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Cheering with Covid-19
By:Dakota Chesser
Veronica Bruns is the cheer coach at South Broward High school. She is also the schools ESE Support teacher. She explains how Covid-19 affected her cheer team this year compared to last.
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Covid-19 Impact On School Clubs
By: Samantha Goicochea
“The hardest thing about being Co-president of NAHS during this pandemic is taking events and projects we do every year in school and adapting to e-learning,” stated SBHS senior Zohar Wolfson.
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